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    Changing Landscapes Bolivia

    Two buddies, two bikes, a bit of salt, wild pigs, coca leaves and lots of volcanoes.....not a bad start!

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    Changing Landscapes Bolivia

    Directed by Scott Wilson 2015 184 min
    Take a landscape artist from Canada, Dominik Modlinski, put him on a motorcycle and send him to Bolivia for six weeks to paint some stunning scenery. Then take his buddy, Scott Wilson, a travel writer who never shuts up, put him on another bike, and what do you get? Well, you get lost, you see the GPS stopped working and the map wasn’t worth a crap, having said that, when they got lost, they got lost well and met some great people, ate some fantastic food, and saw what they came for…changing landscapes. Follow along as Dominik and Scott rip through Bolivia, from the Altiplano to the Andes, from dubious river crossings to time out in the Amazon, from street carnivals to salt flats, and from a Road of Death to a mountain full of silver. Bolivia is a dream, an old fashioned dream full of grinning characters, stodgy food, and where adventure is the norm. It’s one of those places you’ll want to go back to over, and over, and over again.

    Bolivia is a dream, an old fashioned dream full of grinning characters, stodgy food, and where adventure is the norm.

    After picking up their bikes in Cuzco, Peru, Dominik and Scott head to Bolivia by way of Chile.

    Dominik and Scott catch a boat across to the Isla del Sol, birthplace of the Inca Empire.

    Sidetracked by a road on the map that doesn't exist Dominik and Scott cut through the guts of the Andes on roads that leave a lot to be desired.

    Dominik and Scott trade their bikes for motorized canoes at Rurrenabaque. For three days they explore the jungle from camps next to the Beni River.

    Dominik and Scott check out the old Colonial gold mining town of Coroico before heading out on the Road of Death.

    Dominik and Scott head toward the highest city in the world, Potosi, famous for its silver mine which funded a large part of the Spanish Empire.

    Dominik and Scott make their way to Uyuni and visit a bizarre train graveyard, then head out onto the world's largest salt flats, the Salar de Uyuni.

    As their trip winds down there's one site left to see, the UNESCO world heritage site, Machu Picchu.

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    Changing Landscapes Bolivia

    Take a landscape artist from Canada, Dominik Modlinski, put him on a motorcycle and send him to Bolivia for six weeks to paint some stunning scenery. Then take his buddy, Scott Wilson, a travel writer who never shuts up, put him on another bike, and what do you get? Well, you get lost, you see the GPS stopped working and the map wasn’t worth a crap, having said that, when they got lost, they got lost well and met some great people, ate some fantastic food, and saw what they came for…changing landscapes. Follow along as Dominik and Scott rip through Bolivia, from the Altiplano to the Andes, from dubious river crossings to time out in the Amazon, from street carnivals to salt flats, and from a Road of Death to a mountain full of silver. Bolivia is a dream, an old fashioned dream full of grinning characters, stodgy food, and where adventure is the norm. It’s one of those places you’ll want to go back to over, and over, and over again.

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